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I have a 2014 2.5 limited wheels 225/60 r17 with the offset being 48mm. It has just normal stock highway tires on it now from the dealership. I got a 2" lift put on and want to switch to the Falken WildPeak a/t but I keep seeing people having a 35mm offset. I am trying to figure out if spacers would help? Do I need to be concerned with the tires rubbing? What do I need to do to make sure they fit without changing rims?
 

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The Wildpeak A/T Trail comes in 225/60 r17 and will fit on your rims without rubbing just the way your all-seasons do.
 

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I ended up finding a set of 16's off an older outback that fit. Looking at either 235/70 or 245/70. I do believe the offset will be the same though. Just needing to know how close I will be to the strut guard. If I'm going to need a 0.25 spacer or if I'll be able to get away without one.
 

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First, make sure that the bolt pattern is correct. If it's 5x100 (2014) vs 5x114.3 (2016) they are not compatible.

For offset use this: Wheel Offset Calculator
 
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